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Do u have your monitors played into the computer check for lose cables or cables that are unplugged.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try to get to the jumper next to the cmos battery in the mainboard. by changing its position for some seconds while power is off and putting it back , cmos is cleard. start the board hit delete to enter setup and exit saving chages.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
is the power supply working have u recently installed a new hard drive or cd rom need to make sure that the wires are securly plugged into the drive and into the board and are plugged in to the drive correctly if this is all ok you may have to get a new drive
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
nothing to do with the ram ... this motherboard sometimes locks, ( dont ask me why) but if you take out the power cord for 5-10 minutes and then press and hold the front power button on the machine (about 10 seconds) it will reset the board. Plug in the power cord and the basic items, sound, video etc ( some usb devices tend to stop it booting to) boot into windows. Then add the rest of your usb devices ..
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
This is a 1,2,3 item. If it is not the power supply, the cpu or motherboard are the next likely culprits. Generally, if the power supply is OK, the pc would have the fans running and you should be able to open the case and check the North Bridge, the large chip on the motherboard near the cpu and the cooler on the cpu itself. If they are both still cold, it is most likely the mother board.
It it were the cpu, it won't post, but you should still be able to feel the heat with the back of your fingers, just to be safe and touch it quickly so you don't get burned.
You can also try to remove the ram and try to reboot, if you get a steady series of beeps, you can add 1 stick at a time and reboot just to try to elimanate ram as a potential problem.
My next step would be to remove all of the other cards and add 1 at a time and reboot after each card, I probably removw the 4 pin connectord from the dvd/cd hard drives also ans add 1 at a time.
I know this sounds like a lot of work, but this is how I troubleshoot pc and telephone systems for the last 25 years.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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